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Driving Cautiously; Lawfully

Driving Cautiously; Lawfully  

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  1. 1. Have you ever been honked at while driving in your car?

    • Yes, but I deserved it.
      7
    • Yes, but I was driving good.
      7
    • No
      2
    • I am not sure, my music was too loud.
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Feel free to replace being honked at with getting the bird.


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My choice is not present, "Yes, but I could not care less." When I drive, I have purpose, it is to get to my destination quickly. I have no interest in putting along. I ignore honking drivers. If they saluted me, I would not have noticed.


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Good answer. If I could edit this post, I would add that option. That may be a more popular answer.


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I don't hesitate to honk when some schmuck is on his cell phone, driving slow in the passing lane. He's not driving slow to be safe, he's just not paying attention.

I love when drivers will mysterious apply their brakes without reason or provocation (usually happens when they're deep in cell phone conversation...using wearing a goofy, vacant smile as I pass them).

I also love drivers who will change lanes without signaling, especially the ones who do it quickly (they're my favorite).

Conscientious drivers are a rare commodity these days. It seems more drivers are too self absorbed to even be aware they are sharing the road with anyone else.

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This is where I receive my honks and maybe gestures. I use the passing lane to PASS! People seem to think it is okay to putt along in the fast lane. Get over! Why do I have to pass you in the wrong lane? Geez! It is not hard to get over for faster moving traffic.

I don't hesitate to honk when some schmuck is on his cell phone, driving slow in the passing lane. He's not driving slow to be safe, he's just not paying attention.

I love when drivers will mysterious apply their brakes without reason or provocation (usually happens when they're deep in cell phone conversation...using wearing a goofy, vacant smile as I pass them).

I also love drivers who will change lanes without signaling, especially the ones who do it quickly (they're my favorite).

Conscientious drivers are a rare commodity these days. It seems more drivers are too self absorbed to even be aware they are sharing the road with anyone else.


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I didn't think the average American understood the concept of a 'passing lane'. All lanes are fair game and you stick in the one you are in, regardless...or at least that's what it looks like to the casual observer.

I hate tailgaters personally, if they honk, I go slower, unless they have a shotgun.


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Yep. Last week when a semi wanted to run me over because he apparently thought that a safe driving distance between two vehicles in pointless stop and go, slam on brakes traffic was a ridiculous fairy tale written in BMV handbooks.

I am drawing a blank on other times. I just don't get honked at that much or honk at other people.

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My best car story is when some guy flipped out at me, so I flipped him the bird while he was on the off ramp. THen he proceeded to drive off the off ramp, down a ditch, then back onto the highway to chase me at speeds at 110mph.

I.was.shitting.myself.

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Feel free to replace being honked at with getting the bird.

Does "Driving Cautiously; Lawfully" mean driving slow in the left (fast,passing) lane?


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I notice drivers talking on cell phones driving 85 miles per hour they tailgate in the slow lanes and fast lanes. What in the foc is there hurry. I learned to ignore the tailgaters just slow down lol.


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I notice drivers talking on cell phones driving 85 miles per hour they tailgate in the slow lanes and fast lanes. What in the foc is there hurry. I learned to ignore the tailgaters just slow down lol.

better yet, hit the breaks, if they rear-end you, remember to get out of the car holding your neck, cha-ching! :)

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I don't hesitate to honk when some schmuck is on his cell phone, driving slow in the passing lane. He's not driving slow to be safe, he's just not paying attention.

I love when drivers will mysterious apply their brakes without reason or provocation (usually happens when they're deep in cell phone conversation...using wearing a goofy, vacant smile as I pass them).

I also love drivers who will change lanes without signaling, especially the ones who do it quickly (they're my favorite).

Conscientious drivers are a rare commodity these days. It seems more drivers are too self absorbed to even be aware they are sharing the road with anyone else.

We may disagree on many things but driving isn't one of them. :)


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My most hated is people that honk at you when they're the ones being nutters and I'm with Steven I hate when people don't use their signals. Isn't that what they're there for?


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just this morning i had some idiot pass me while i was at 53 mph in a 50 zone, as they pass i braked hard because they were throwing gravel. no cracked windshield fortunately.


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